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Piano Recital - Eui-kyung Erica Ohm

Thursday 28.7

Start: 7.30 pm
Ticket: € 20,-
Reservation Compulsory: +43 1 504 66 51 - 311
Location: Bösendorfer Hall - Mozarthaus Vienna
Domgasse 5
1010 Vienna

“Liszt Only” Franz Liszt 1811~1886   

La Campanella   
Six Paganini Etudes  no.3 in g#-minor:     Allegretto
Un Sospiro         Three Concert Etudes no.3 in Db-Major: Allegro affetuoso
Valse Impromptu   in Ab-Major: Vivace scherzando 

Hungarian Rhapsodies  
No. 10 in E-Major:
Preludio-Andante-Allegretto capriccioso-Vivace-Piû animato  
No. 3 in Bb-Major:
Andante (Pesante espressivo)

No. 2
in c-sharp minor: Lassan-Friska 


Tre Sonetti del Petrarca from "Années de Pèlerinage Vol. II"
Sonetto 47 in Db-Major      “Benedetto sia ‘l giorno…”
Sonetto 104 in E-Major      “Pace non trovo…”
Sonetto 123 in Ab-Major    “I’ vidi in terra angelici costume…” 

Totentanz- Paraphrase on Dies Irae
(Originally written for Piano & Orchestra. Transcribed for piano alone by F. Liszt)

“Splendid performance filled with energy” (Pianoforte, Korea) 
“A pianist of grand scale and virtuosity” (Eumak Chunchu) 

Pianist Erica Ohm earned her Doctor of Musical Arts degree at Michigan State University after completing her Master’s and Professional Studies in Music at the Manhattan School of Music. The first prize winner in competitions including Dong-A Music Concours (the most prestigious in Korea) and International Institute of Music Competition, Erica Ohm is an exciting pianist who is equally at home in the music of J. S. Bach and George Crumb.
She is also committed to performing music of her contemporaries. Since her acclaimed first recital in Seoul in 1993 she has performed as a soloist as well as an ensemble player throughout Korea, Japan and China and the United States. The concert series of the complete Beethoven Violin Sonatas, with violinist Kyung Min Kim, and the complete Beethoven Piano Trios, with BINTRIO (cellist Hee Jin Paik, violinist Kyung Min Kim) have been featured on Korean radio and TV. Erica Ohm was chosen among “the best and the most active pianists in Korea” by Pianoforte (1997) and “the pianist of the month” by Piano International, Korea (March, 2011.)Her recent solo CDs include “Musical Moment (Blue Griffin Records)” and “Czerny- 50 Kunst der Fingertigkeit (Ilsong Media). Having served on the faculty at Michigan State University School of Music, Seoul National University and Seoul High School of Music and Art, Erica Ohm is currently the chair-person of the Department of Musical Arts, Seoul Arts College in Korea.